Will Meghan Markle and Prince Harry relocate across the Atlantic?
After making their high-profile departure from the country in 2020, the pair may opt to come back, according to Grant Harrold, who served as King Charles' butler from 2004 to 2011. Since then, the two have been residing in southern California with infrequent trips to Harry's country of origin.
"I'd never say never, it's always possible that one day he might want to come home, it's possible that he might buy [a property] here if he wanted to come over [more] and Meghan didn't want to come over," the 45-year-old shared with a news outlet.
"Meghan doesn't really have any family here as such, all her family are in the States and that's where Harry has decided he wants to set up his home," he added.
Harrold elaborated on the Duke's "always-going-to-have an association with the U.K." and his inability to "totally want to cut that off."
"He'll always want to keep his fingers in that pie, so to speak," he joked. "He'll want to have that association with Britain just in case one day he does want to come back and I don’t think Harry will want to sever ties."
The butler still thinks the red-headed prince will wish to go back to his native country despite the iconic Megxit made by the pair as a result of their alleged treatment by the royal family. However, he acknowledged that he was uncertain of the timing, particularly in light of the publication of the Harry & Meghan documentary series and the father-of-two's book, Spare.
"It’s very possible they could come back to the U.K., however, at this moment in time they seem happy in the States and that’s where they want to be," he finished.